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American Police Hall of Fame Museum in Titusville, Florida
MUSEUM
American Police Hall of Fame & Museum Memorial Titusville FL
MEMORIAL
American Police Hall of Fame Shooting Center Gun Range Central Florida
SHOOTING CENTER

Founded in 1960, the American Police Hall of Fame and Museum is the nation's first law enforcement museum and memorial dedicated to American law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty.

Dedicated to the law enforcement officers who have made the ultimate sacrifice, the Memorial serves as a place of remembrance for many families and friends. 

Check out our state-of-the-art, indoor Shooting Center. From firearm rentals to targets and training, we offer everything you need for a great range experience. Click here for more info.

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United States Law Enforcement Eternal Flame

Looking for Personal Defense Training, Firearms Classes, CCW Instructors? 

Find the civilian training calendar and classes HERE.

Find upcoming Law Enforcement Training HERE. 

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Coming Soon

Click here to find out about the inspiring new “United States Law Enforcement Eternal Flame” and other expansion projects at The American Police Hall of Fame. Be sure to find out how you can purchase a brick to support the FLAME and/or to honor a specific law enforcement officer or law enforcement in general. Click to purchase a brick.   For more information on the brick program click here.

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Award Program

The American Police Hall of Fame National Awards Program was started more then 40 years ago to fill the void of recognition for worthy American law enforcement officers. 

Click here to nominate someone for an award or to view award recipients.

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Memorial Day
2022

Law Enforcement Memorial Weekend 2022

The Memorial Service took place on Friday, May 20 at 7:00 pm on the grounds of the American Police Hall of Fame in Titusville, Florida. The service included a roll call of those officers lost in 2021, roll call of fallen officers with family in attendance, tributes to those lost in the line of duty, and an outpouring of support and love for our Thin Blue Line families.

 

 Click  HERE for more details on the weekend's events, as well as upcoming programs.

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Support Us

When you donate to our facility, you donate to:

   - A better relationship between civilians and law enforcement
   - Educational and STEM programming for students, including those deemed “at risk.”
   - Maintenance of our beautiful memorial honoring fallen officers
   - Improvements and new exhibits for our dynamic museum facility
   - Safety education for civilians and proficiency training for law enforcement officers.

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Visit our Friends of Law Enforcement page by clicking the logo on the left. The organizations and companies listed there have donated money or goods and services to a variety of programs at the American Police Hall of Fame & Museum or to our chartering organization, The National Association of Chiefs of Police.

 

Please show your gratitude for their support of our men and women who guard the streets of America!

To Sponsor An Event, Contact:
JaneyH@APHF.org / 321-264-0911 Ext 119

To Inquire About An Event, Contact:
JaymeD@APHF.org / 321-264-0911 Ext 120
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Museum Calendar

Halloween

Halloween

Join the AMERICAN POLICE HALL OF FAME the month of October and explore Education Stations about “scary” animals associated with Halloween and the laws that protect you AND them! OCTOBER 29TH 1-2:30 bring the little ones and enjoy FREE Candy Stations and learn ways to keep safe during Trick or Treating!

Santa Claus is Coming to Town

Santa Claus is Coming to Town

Join us December 3 for breakfast with Santa. Enjoy touring the museum and getting a close up look at law enforcement vehicles and crime fighting tools. Registration opens November 1.

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FREE
Kids
Club!

Have fun while enjoying games, crafts and activities. Learn about safety, officers, and the law.

All ages welcomed!

Meetings are held on the first Friday of each month from September to June from 10am until 11am.
For more information email Jayme DiGennaro at jaymed@aphf.org or call (321) 264-0911 extension 120.